Three-quarters of developers haven’t warmed to AI code assistants (yet)
AI complements the programmer in a quarter of organizations, while two-thirds will implement the technology in the future. According to GitLab, only one conclusion can be drawn: "AI in software development is here to stay."
The latest annual survey by DevSecOps platform GitLab probed companies' ... Read more
Lightbend illuminates cloud-native application development
Building true cloud-native applications is, obviously, not as simple as ‘spinning up’ a cloud instance, realigning an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and programming language toolset for a hosted SaaS-based existence and plugging in a few cloud-based Application Programming Interfaces ... Read more
GitHub Copilot now warns developers if it plagiarizes code
GitHub Copilot tries to prevent developers from copying code from another GitHub project with a new feature. Developers actually need to clean up Copilot's bugs themselves, as the AI assistant sometimes simply copies published code.
GitHub Copilot is a digital AI assistant for developers. Its m... Read more
Scarf open source leader: Why metrics matter
Scarf helps software application developers and data science engineers to understand how their organisation’s open source software is being used. It does this by proactively working to uncover and connect with new users, advocates (i.e. users downloading a project’s open source packages, artifa... Read more
Sapient.ai CEO: Let developers develop, not test
Despite the rise of automation accelerators and all forms of Artificial Intelligence (AI) - generative or otherwise - software application developers still love to develop, the clue is quite definitely in the name. But the recent popularisation of programming bots has not been without its consequen... Read more
Why lower-code automation needs governance
With the undeniable rise of low-code helping to fuel the dual-carriageway of software application development that is no-code, the spectre of so-called ‘citizen developers’ has arguably given these practitioners a bad rap overall. Given the rise of both disciplines (sometimes in scenarios where... Read more
Winglang takes the flap out of cloud programming
Cloud is convoluted, containerised, compounded and essentially complex. In most areas of its usage and deployment, we see fundamentally intertwined enterprise software toolsets, entire platforms, lower-level dependencies and all manner of neural connection points occasionally fusing together in har... Read more
Lacework: Cross-pollinating security is DevOps nectar
When the term DevOps was first introduced in 2009, many agree that it led to a major shift in the way we looked at the software development lifecycle. Of course, in many ways, DevOps was just a label for something that had already existed i.e. teams had worked together productively for many de... Read more
Nvidia lowers case for gen-AI data concerns on Snowflake secure LLMs
As the global technology industry moves rapidly towards a world of generative Artificial Intelligence (gen-AI) enabled advantage, those tech vendors (arguably) making the most staunchly maverick moves in this space are doing so with the use of secure guardrails, steel-forged data management control... Read more
Start building your own apps for the Apple Vision Pro
Apple is already trying to get developers excited about the Vision Pro. The company is releasing an SDK today so that developers can build their own apps for the Vision Pro.
Apple's mixed-reality headset was officially unveiled during WWDC 2023. Finally, as enormous amounts of speculation prece... Read more